Gram flour is another name for chickpea flour, garbanzo flour and besan. It is made by grinding dried chickpeas into fine, pale yellow powder. Some people who make gram flour, roast the dried chickpeas lightly first befo... More »

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Gram flour is a flour made of ground chickpeas, which are also known as garbanzo beans. Gram flour can be made from either raw or roasted beans. More »

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Corn flour can be purchased at local grocery stores in the baking aisle. If it can't be found nearby, there are several online sources to purchase the ingredient. More »

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Gram flour is a flour made of ground chickpeas, which are also known as garbanzo beans. Gram flour can be made from either raw or roasted beans. More »

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To sift flour without a sifter, pour the measured flour into a fine mesh strainer, and shake the strainer gently until all the flour falls through. If the flour still appears densely packed, use a whisk or fork to furthe... More »

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Millet flour comes from the millet grain that was first farmed in China about 10,000 years ago. It is a good source of amino acids, protein and fiber. Cooks can use it on its own to make gluten-free flatbreads or combine... More »

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Spelt flour is similar to traditional wheat flour but contains a smaller concentration of gluten; therefore, people with minor gluten sensitivities may benefit from eating spelt, notes What's Cooking America. Spelt is no... More »

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